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Barcode50362005326297
LocationBradford PL
TitleA stranger in town : a Rockton novel / Kelley Armstrong.
AuthorArmstrong, Kelley, author.
Call NoFIC ARM
CollectionAdult Fiction
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Catalog Details

International Standard Book Number 1250781728 : HRD 27.99 (hardcover) 9781250786593 (ebook)
International Standard Book Number 9781250781727 : HRD 27.99
Dewey Decimal Classification Number 813/.6 23
Personal Name Armstrong, Kelley, author.
Title Statement A stranger in town : a Rockton novel / Kelley Armstrong.
Edition Statement First edition.
Imprint New York : Minotaur Books, 2021.
Physical Description 356 pages; 24 cm.
Content Type text txt rdacontent.
Media Type unmediated n rdamedia.
Carrier Type volume nc rdacarrier.
Series Statement Casey Duncan novels ; 6.
Summary, Etc. "In the latest riveting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong, the paranoia increases - along with the stakes - as the town of Rockton tries to solve the latest mystery at their door. Detective Casey Duncan has noticed fewerand fewer residents coming in to the hidden town of Rockton, and no extensions being granted. Her boyfriend, Sheriff Eric Dalton, presumes it's the natural flux of things, but Casey's not so sure. It seems like something bigger is happening in the small town they call home. When an injured hiker stumbles from the woods, someone who seems to have come to the Yukon for a wilderness vacation but instead is now fighting for her life, it's all hands on deck. What - or who - attacked this woman, and why? With the woman unconscious, and no leads, Casey and Eric don't know where the threat is coming from. Plus, the residents of their deeply secretive town are uneasy with this stranger in their midst. Everyone in Rockton wants this mystery solved - and fast"-- Provided by publisher.
Index Term-Genre/Form Mystery fiction.
Index Term-Genre/Form Suspense fiction.

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